Indoor Dining Soon Returning to Downtown Disney
Although theme parks remain closed in California, the pandemic status in Orange County has been moved from the Purple tier, the most restrictive tier, to the Red tier. With this change, indoor dining can resume at 25% of the restaurant’s capacity. An example of capacity, if a restaurant has more than 400 seats, it will be limited to no more than 100 diners.
Since Disneyland resides in Orange County, Downtown Disney may soon resume indoor service. An example of capacity, if a restaurant has more than 400 seats, it will be limited to no more than 100 diners.
Retail shops in the county are now moving from 25% to 50% capacity. This means more people can visit and shop at Downtown Disney.
“Today, Orange County takes another step in the right direction in our fight against COVID-19. As we move into the state’s less stringent “red tier” designation, the restrictions on our business sectors will be significantly relaxed,” Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Michelle Steel said. “With our continued hard work, I am confident that we will continue trending in the right direction and move into the Orange tier in the not too distant future. The County of Orange can’t get there without everyone’s help and participation in observing health guidelines.”
This is a step in the right direction for the reopening of Disneyland. Stay tuned to MickeBlog for the latest.
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Source: Theme Park Insider